The Mylars

The Mylars

The Mylars are a super-charged rock and roll outfit founded by vocalist/guitarist Danny Roselle (ex-Crash Moderns) and long-time collaborator, vocalist/bassist Quig.

With a band mission of "It is what it used to be," The Mylars are a combination punch of late-seventies power-pop rock infused with their own modern twist.

As the lead singer/songwriter for The Crash Moderns, Danny toured the US and Canada for several years, sharing the stage with some of the biggest names in rock music, including The Goo Goo Dolls, Lifehouse, Bowling For Soup, and Bon Jovi. He is currently one of the main songwriters for the History Channel's hit television show, "American Pickers."

Danny and Mylars drummer Chris O'Hara can also be seen in episodes of HBO's popular series, "The Sopranos".

Mylars co-founder Quig is responsible for being the creator and manager of the world's first little-person rock group, The Little Kingz, made famous in Ben Stiller's movie Zoolander.

The Mylars debut full-length album, "Melody Records," as well as the video for the first single, "Forever Done," will be released on September 15, 2017.

Danny Roselle (Vocals/Guitar) has been touring the US and Canada in numerous national recording projects, sharing the stage with many great performers such as Bon Jovi, The Goo Goo Dolls, Lifehouse, Bret Michaels and many more. Danny is currently one of the main songwriters for the History Channel's hit television show, "American Pickers." His music can also be heard in popular television shows such as "Degrassi," and "MTV Road Rules," as well as the trailer theme song for the 2008 hit movie, "The Rocker," starring Rainn Wilson.

Quig (Vocals/Bass) has been submerged in the music industry for many years as a performer, songwriter, as well as a music manager. Quig owned and operated Commodity Oddity Entertainment where he was responsible for the creation and subsequent success of the world's first little-person rock band, The Little Kingz, whom Quig managed and brought to the forefront. Highlights included performances with such great acts as The Black Crowes, 3 Doors Down, and The Strokes. Quig also hosted the popular radio show "Old Rules New School".

Chris O'Hara (Drums). Thanks to that little red "Buddy Rich" kit purchased by his grandfather all those years ago, Chris has become one the most sought-after live and recording drummers this side of the Mississippi and we are truly honored to call him a Mylar. Chris has put his signature drumming stamp on some of the finest tracks by well-known artists Carl Gentry, Dramarama, Bob Polding Band, and many more. On the live front, he has had the honor of bashing the skins behind some of our country's finest, including, but not limited to, The Wayne Brown Band and Marc Ribler. Chris has enjoyed sharing the stage with top recording artists Toby Keith, Dierks Bentley, Sugar Ray and Foreigner.

Dan "Nashville" Rainey (Lead Guitar). Hailing originally from Northern New Jersey, lead guitarist Dan Rainey has been traveling the country for many years now, both as a live performer as well as studio "go to" player. After leaving The Garden State at an early age, he spent many years as a force on the music scene in both Miami, FL, Nashville, TN, and, most recently, Charleston, SC. Dan has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with countless national artists, including, but not limited to, Sheryl Crow, The Avett Brothers, Fiona Apple, as well as members of Hootie and the Blowfish. Memorable performances include being the special guest for legendary southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd at West Palm Beach's famed "Sunfest" festival.

Nick Polito (Hammond/Piano) has been immersed in the world of music since a very young age. Nick is a graduate of Rutger's Mason Gross School of Fine Arts and has been a performer, road-tech, and manager for a number of live and studio bands. Some notable bands and musicians that Nick has the honor to share the stage with are The Goo Goo Dolls, Live, Robby Krieger, and Wynton Marsalis.